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by Prof. I. Charles Ume Lecture #1. ME 4447: Microprocessor Control of Mfg Systems, ME 6405: Introduction to Mechatronics. Mechatronics . ME 4447 / ME 6405 MICROPROCESSOR CONTROL OF MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS / INTRODUCTION TO MECHATRONICS. Instructor: Professor I. Charles Ume
Prof. I. Charles Ume
MICROPROCESSOR CONTROL OF MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS / INTRODUCTION TO MECHATRONICS
Instructor: Professor I. Charles Ume
Office: MARC Building, Room 453
Office Hours: Wednesday 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm, or by appointment
Class Meets: TR 1:35 pm to 2:55 pm
Class Location: Howey (Physics) L2
MICROPROCESSOR CONTROL OF MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS
Course Lectures address the fundamental aspects of manufacturing elements and microprocessors and their applications. Hands-on applications of machine and machine tool control will be stressed.
INTRODUCTION TO MECHATRONICS
Modeling the performance characteristics and application of microprocessors, analog and digital electronics to modern mechatronics systems and intelligent manufacturing, particularly smart sensors, controllers and actuators.
Undergraduate senior, Graduate student or by consent of instructor
There will be three electronics exercises and four labs during the semester. Electronics Exercises are done individually. Labs will be done in groups of three students.
Electronics Exercise #1 : Overview of Electronics Test Equipment, Soldering, and RC filters
Electronics Exercise #2 : 555 Timer and its Applications
Electronics Exercise #3 : Stepper Motor Controller & Driver
Lab #1: Interfacing Communication with the HCS12 and
sequencing Light Emitting Diodes
Lab #2: Strain Gauge Data Acquisition Using A/D Conversion
Lab #3: DC Motor Control Using Interrupts and Pulse Width Modulation (Open Loop Control)
Lab #4: Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) Programming Assignment
4 Quizzes 20% Will be announced ahead of time
Test #1 20% October 7
Lecture by Students (optional)* 20%
Test #2 20% Next class after last student lecture Must be given at or before Dec. 2
* If you choose to participate in the class lecture, you can apply the best three of your four grades above towards your final grade, otherwise your quiz, Test #1 and Test #2 grades will be applied towards calculating your Final Grade.
Electronic Exercise #1: 2 %
Electronic Exercise #2: 3 %
Electronic Exercise #3: 3 %
Lab #1: 6 %
Lab #2: 10 % (Part A = 6%, Part B = 4%)
Lab #3: 10%
Lab #4 6 %
Laboratory Exercises Total: 40%
Final Exam (20%) is optional and comprehensive, and can be used to replace quiz, test or lecture grade. Dec. 14: 2:50 – 5:40 pm